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Can Second Hand Smoke Show Up On A Blood Test?

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Will exposure to passive marijuana second hand smoke result in a positive marijuana test?
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The most common excuse for a positive marijuana test is, "I was around some people who were smoking pot." Research has shown that casual exposure to marijuana smoke will not produce a positive test. A person really has to work at being exposed to "passive" smoke to create a positive test. Very close confinement, without ventilation, with several smokers, for a period of over an hour, may result in a low, but measurable amount of marijuana in urine and blood.

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Definitely yes, especially if you're talking about marijuana (some tests can detect cannabidiol after 60 days after taking). I had very similar issues while applying to different jobs, so that I just switched to kilo ejuice .

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With second hand smoke, not enough is getting in your system to register on a blood test.
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My dad smokes, my mother doesn't. He is a passive smoker, but she showed up positive on the drug test. I believe it is possible but I would like to prove it on a better website so she can show her doctor.

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